Romanian visual artists Margareta Petre and Georgeta Stefanescu take part in the group exhibition "Translucent Threads", opening at Broadway Gallery, NYC, on May 16.
Translucent Threads presents the work of Margareta Petre, Sara Wight, Thomas Sarbach, Erica Ronnbeck, Jacob Alexander, Rachel Eshet, Georgeta Stefanescu, Mieke Vanmechelen, Mara Corfini, KILU, and Matt Callinan is an effervescent display of artistic contemplation.
Translucent Threads features works that segue between the conceptual and the concrete. Unconfined by definitions, these works break the norms and invite viewers to roam in a field where freespirited-ness, joined by dexterousness, creating a body of works that speak truths about life. Each works shown creates a visual pause, allowing the audience to time to contemplate their environment. Incorporating a wide array of media and subject matter, Translucent Threads possesses a broad vision. Malone provides a show that demonstrates a dexterity, sensibility, and awareness of art history far more informed than the “outsider” or “visionary” schools of art.
Exploiting the “public space” of the gallery curator Basak Malone choreographs a show that blends modes of design, architecture, sculpture, installation, and craft, with each artist projecting an entirely different perspective.